Laura Register is headed to Yale this summer

A program at Yale University designed to train women in leadership has selected Laura Register as a member of this year’s class. Register will attend the Women’s Campaign School week-long summer session in June.
“I am very honored and very excited,” says the member of Grady County’s Board of Education.
The program’s stated mission “is to increase the number and influence of women in elected and appointed office in the United States and around the globe.”
“It is a nonpartisan, non-issue driven program,” Register says, “it will just make me a more effective political leader and help me make more connections that would benefit Grady County.”
According to the program’s website, “we recruit the top consultants from both political parties to teach at our program. We focus on our common needs and experiences as political women, not our differences as political partisans.”
Register represents District 3 on the Grady County Board of Education and serves on the board of directors of Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential.
She is participating in a Georgia-based leadership program for women in politics, WIN Leadership Network, and recently served as a panelist during a conference on women held at the United Nations.
She and her husband, Dr. Ashley Register, reside in south Grady County.
Board member Register is serving her second stint on the county board of education and is active in the Georgia School Boards Association.

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